The digital inclusion work programme intends to lead, connect and support a coordinated approach to various digital inclusion work across New Zealand.
What is digital inclusion?
Digital inclusion can be defined as an end-state where everyone has equitable opportunities to participate in society using digital technologies.
Government’s vision: The Digital Inclusion Blueprint
The Digital Inclusion Blueprint lays out the Government’s vision for digital inclusion in New Zealand, the role it will play and steps it will take toward realising this vision.
How digital inclusion is measured
The Digital Inclusion Outcomes Framework describes how we will measure digital inclusion and its benefits in New Zealand.
Digital inclusion action plans
The action plans tell you how Government will work towards making sure all New Zealanders are digitally included in the coming year.
Digital inclusion research
Find out about the research that’s being done on digital inclusion in New Zealand, the initiatives that are underway and the results so far.
- Research agenda: Digital inclusion
- Report: Digital inclusion user insights — Former refugees and migrants with English as a second language
- Report: Digital inclusion user insights — Disabled people
- Report: Digital inclusion user insights — Māori
- Report: Digital inclusion user insights — Pacific peoples
- Report: Digital inclusion and wellbeing in New Zealand
- Stocktake: Digital inclusion initiatives
- Evaluation: Digital inclusion initiatives
- Report: Evaluation of SMEs Digital Skills Fund 2020/21